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29 SEPTEMBER 2014

The Wooden Leg (1994)

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16mm19942D animation • acceptance • artificial limb • Arts University Bournemouth • babybedbedroom • Bill Hopkins • black and white • black ink • British animation • childbirth • Darren Doherty • disabilitygirlhand-drawnjealousy • leg • line drawing • Mike Taylor • Nick Smith • pen and inkPeter Doherty • Peter Parr • Peter Stansfield • phantomprosthetic legrejectionreplacementromantic love • Steve Harvey • Stuart Cox • Tai Shum • The Wooden Leg (1994) • Tony Wilson • twig • woman • wooden • wooden leg

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Simon Perkins
29 JANUARY 2009

Her Morning Elegance Gallery: pixilated music video of woman dreaming in bed

"Her Morning Elegance has become a pop–art phenomena and the most successful stop motion video ever.
It earned a nomination in the 52nd Grammy Awards and has been screened at film festivals around the world. The video was created from 2096 still photographs that were shot and sequenced to create the sense of movement."
(Oren Lavie)

"Her Morning Elegance", Directed by: Oren Lavie, Yuval & Merav Nathan, Featuring: Shir Shomron, Photography: Eyal Landesman

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2009animationbedfigures in spaceflat picture plane • Grammy Awards nomination • Her Morning Elegance • music video • Oren Lavie • pixilation • sense of movement • stop framestop motionstop-frame animation

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Simon Perkins
14 SEPTEMBER 2008

Ron Mueck's hyper-realist In Bed makes an intriguing presence

"Commentary on scale in architecture is common in a spatial sense, with much of our education revolving around it. Yet as humans, the scale between ourselves seems to be ever increasing. In our own office there is a 50 cm difference in height between the tallest and shortest, a major problem when it comes to purchasing (and no doubt designing) task chairs. This kind of realism could yet be real."

(www.lostateminor.com)

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bed • hyper-realist • hyperrealhyperrealism • in bed • lifelikeLondon • Lost at E Minor (site) • Ron Mueck • scalesculptorsculptureUKwoman

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Simon Perkins
22 AUGUST 2006

Reconstructed Warfare to be Consumed Within the Safe and Controlled Vestiges of Home

"Godard has reserved the 'bedroom' as the primary site for consumption of contemporary Hollywood cinema. In Baudrillardian fashion, Ridley Scott's Black Hawk Down (2001) plays on a super–sized widescreen television at the foot of the bed: as a form of 'reconstructed' warfare to be consumed within the safe and controlled vestiges of home."

(Alex Munt, Macquarie University, Australia)

[Jean–Luc Godard's recent exhibition at the Pompidou Centre presents a commentary on the nature of cinema and its enduring interest despite its various transformations. He makes his commentary through the form of an installation sculpture arranged as three viewing rooms. The rooms represent three points in time: The Day before Yesterday; Yesterday; and Today. Interestingly works within the Today room seem to suggest a shift away from the practice of cinema being a collective viewing activity to being a private activity played out in domestic spaces.]

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Alex Munt • bedbedroom • Black Hawk Down • Centre Georges PompidoucinemaconsumptionFranceGulf WarHollywoodhypermediacyJean BaudrillardJean-Luc GodardmediationreconstructionRidley Scottspectacle obfuscateswar
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